I am buying a new car, Shall I coat my car for protection ?

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January 13, 2021 at 3:48 pm #380619

Buying a new car? Insist on a free Teflon coating. Most dealers offer Teflon coating as complimentary. Teflon coating is good to have paint protection for your car. Teflon coating not only protects your car from scratches and scuffs but also shields it from road chips, tar, rust, corrosion and environmental impacts. Teflon doesn’t bond with paint at the molecular level but instead acts as a protective layer over the paint. Once applied, this coating reduces circular swirl marks and adds a glossy sheen to the paint surface of the car. The only setback with Teflon is its durability. Teflon can stay on the surface for up to a period of 6 months. Car coating professionals advise not to wash the car with hard soap or PH heavy detergent, which can wear off the coating.

January 19, 2021 at 2:48 pm #380900

Yesss!
Please take a note that some how the new car looks goods but its just the start of it. You shall take care of your cars by cleaning and dusting it daily. Failing for not cleaning and dusting, washing can leads to several issues with your car. sometimes this is not even seen from outer side but its already starting rusting your cars body. The only option for this is done Coating process.
P.T.F.E (Dura Coat) fortified paint sealant containing artificial gloss enhancers and antistatic polymer which protects the vehicles finish from sun, salt, grease, tar, acid rain and industrial fallout, while sealing in a deep and durable shine. SEVA Auto Nashik believes that doing this can 100% help your cars body to strengthen for water, rust and other hazards.

February 8, 2021 at 8:43 am #381618

You can’t blame the salesperson for trying but items such as paint protection, tinted windows and interior trim protection are not worth paying extra for.

February 10, 2021 at 10:14 am #381796

You’re thinking right ceramic coating because it is superior than others

February 12, 2021 at 11:36 am #381956

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February 13, 2021 at 5:00 pm #382016

yeah it is interesting

 

February 16, 2021 at 1:31 pm #382142

Hello, Yes, it’s good decision to buy a new car

February 20, 2021 at 9:10 am #382305

yes of course , protection’s needed in every case whatever it’s for car or another thing.

February 25, 2021 at 11:41 am #382616

What Protects Your Paint Scheme

There are several different types of paint protection available. The most common is a spray-on application, as these strong chemicals are not meant for human skin. As the option is explained to you, you’ll likely hear brand names such as Diamondbrite and GardX.

According to Canadian Gear Head, the chemicals in your paint protection include polymer paint sealants. These chemicals are meant to provide a layer of protection for a short period of time. If you want to keep your paint job protected year-round, it is best to have them applied multiple times a year. Ideally, you need to reapply them after washing and polishing your vehicle if it gets really dirty.

How Is It Applied?

Per WhatCar, now that you know what is added to your car to protect the paint, how do they apply it, and when? The short answer is it’s applied directly to the color. There is no wax, polish, or other substances under the protection. It goes on the raw paint so it can bond to the paint for longer protection. After the paint protection is added, the car is then waxed and shined before it is delivered to you.

Can Car Owners Apply the Protection Themselves?

3domwraps explains that if you are on the fence about the paint protection, you may wonder if you can do it yourself to save money. The short answer is, it is not safe. These are extremely strong chemicals that are applied by trained professionals. There are several reasons for you not to use the substances yourself:

  • If you apply them yourself without the proper safety equipment, you are putting your health at risk.
  • For the protection to work, the car has to be stripped of all other products. If anything is left behind, it won’t adhere properly.
  • A professional needs to clean the paint to ensure adhesion.
  • There is no way to correct any scratches or marks left behind if you apply it yourself.
March 1, 2021 at 9:11 am #382774

<span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Extremely helpful post.</span>

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